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Brazil: Louis Dreyfus Company's orange farms allegedly linked to poverty wages and health & safety abuses, report finds

In June 2020, Public Eye published a report raising allegations of labour rights abuse, including poverty wages and concerns around workers' health and safety, on orange plantations in Brazil supplying Swiss-based Louis Dreyfus Company. 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Louis Dreyfus Company to respond to the report, their response is available below.